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Pet Odor Treatment
Zerorez New Mexico located in Albuquerque has trained and certified technicians who will assess the situation onsite and customize a treatment to effectively clean and refresh areas contaminated by biological matter based on your specific need.
Zerorez® New Mexico understands that accidents happen, causing odor and discoloration in your floors. If not properly treated, biological matter, such as urine, can become a breeding ground for bacteria giving you an unhealthy indoor environment.
Pet & Odor Treatment
In some cases, our standard Zerorez® carpet cleaning process may be all that is needed. In more severe cases, when the urine soaks through the carpet backing into the padding, we have a specialized method to remove these difficult pet odors and stains through a pad extraction procedure.
Unfortunately, in some cases the problem is extremely severe, encompassing the subfloor and tack strips. In this situation, our technician may recommend carpet/pad replacement provided by a third party carpet repair professional.
What Makes Pet Urine Difficult?
Pet accidents aren't like normal spots or spills. They're really an entire bacterial ecosystem that's being deposited into your carpet. That ecosystem changes the longer it sits and can actually cause damage to the fibers and the dyes in your carpet. According to the Carpet and Rug Institute (CRI) pet urine can permanently damage the carpet fibers or create a chemical reaction with the carpet dye and cause a permanent stain. It is important to clean the stain as soon as it is noticed and attempt to clean it using dish soap, warm water and blot until it is all cleaned up. After cleaned use a mixture of vinegar and water and blot until clean and dry. If pet urine is not completely removed the odor can be reactivated with humidity or heat, especially cat urine.
Over the counter spotters are the most common method for treating pee spots in carpet. But the problem is spotters only treat the tops of the fibers — not in the pad. Many spotters also use chemicals that can cause bleaching if they're not thoroughly rinsed.
If you have a four legged family member who had an accident, give Zerorez New Mexico a call. Our technicians are trained to assess the stain and provide a recommendation on the best treatment to remove the stain and odor.
Urine is acidic when it enters carpet, and it oxidizes as it dries. This causes the yellowing effect you may see in your floors. Oxidation, along with the ammonia and urochrome in urine, can permanently dye the color of your carpet. With Zerorez®'s biological matter treatment, we treat the contaminated fibers to remove as much as much of this yellowing as possible.